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  1. Explore MediaCityUk and discover 6 new artworks based on the illustrations by Fiona Lumbers from the best-selling picture book Luna Loves Art, written by Joseph Coelho, there are bright and colourful artworks dotted around MediaCityUK for families to find. From The Open Centre, through the Gardens and into Quayside MediaCityUK, the art installations have taken over the public spaces around MediaCityUK. You can pick up a discounted copy of the new picture book Luna Loves Art by Joseph Coelho and Fiona Lumbers at Quayside MediaCityUK Customer Services point. There are 6 art work i
  2. Thousands of people live at, work in, and visit Salford Quays every day - and as it continues to grow, public feedback is being sought to help shape plans for its future. Salford City Council is asking for views on its grand vision for Salford Quays so a blueprint can be created for how it could evolve over coming years, and to help shape future design and function. The council has worked with Modern Designers to research how Salford Quays is currently used by speaking to local residents, businesses and attractions such as The Lowry. The aim has been to look at what works and wh
  3. A new branch of the Metrolink between MediaCityUK and Manchester City Centre, via Salford Crescent, could become a reality within the next 20 years under plans which make up part of the the City Centre Transport Strategy for 2014, which has now been backed by Salford City Council. A recent report has concluded that the Metrolink has brought major benefits to some local communities in the form of clean air and reduction of congestion on roads. Salford Council aims to place the crescent at the heart of the major transport gateway into and out of the city centre, along with pedestrianiz
  4. Salford City Council and City Mayor, Paul Dennett are welcoming the recent announcement from the BBC to expand broadcasting operations at MediaCityUK. Salford Mayor, Paul Dennett said: The MediaCityUK site is now set for continued growth as the base for digital and technology and, as a global centre of excellence. BBC Radio 3 and BBC Radio 6 Music are now also to be rooted in Salford with over 50% of broadcasting to be from the city. Paul Continued: BBC One daytime programme Morning Live will now be broadcast from Salford all year round as part of a
  5. CrossFit SCL, a new CrossFit gym is coming to Salford Quays. Launching on Monday 4 January, the new facility is located at Ordsall Leisure Centre and will serve the local community. The gym or ‘Box’ as CrossFitters refer to it, is a new venture from Salford Community Leisure, the city’s leisure trust which also manages and operates other leisure facilities across Salford, including 8 leisure centres and the Helly Hansen Watersports Centre. It will become the first CrossFit Box operated by a leisure trust in the Greater Manchester region and marks a positive step into this market for
  6. MediaCityUK will be launching its festive season this evening at 6.30pm (3rd Dec) with a virtual light switch on event hosted by BBC Radio 1 DJ Katie Thistleton and CBBC sensation Hacker The Dog, which will be broadcast from the MediaCityUK MediaCityUK | Facebook This year’s array of magical Christmas lights will transform the MediaCityUK gardens and piazza into a twinkling wonderland and includes the UK’s first digital Christmas tree, the insta worthy shimmer wall and the newly created elf and fairy garden. The virtual switch-on marks the beginning of a series of safe festive a
  7. The Lowry are looking for young people aged 13-17 living in Greater Manchester to be part of a new creative youth leadership programme. You will work with artists, activists and other professionals to address the issues that matter to you. You will work together, develop leadership skills and find ways to be heard, take action and make change by developing your own social action projects. Sessions are free and will be online or in person on Mondays 6pm – 8pm every fortnight from 11th January 2021. Interested? Send them a short introduction about yourself, in writing or by video
  8. Happy Christmas from The Lowry: Arts centre to live-stream performance of The Gruffalo to EVERY primary school in Salford The Lowry in Salford has announced plans to live-stream a performance of Tall Stories’ hit show The Gruffalo into every primary school in the city. The performance, which will take place at 1.30pm on Friday, 11 December, will be available free of charge to all 99 primary schools in the city. The first 50 schools to register for the special broadcast will also receive £50 worth of art supplies for their school as a gift from Alison & Noel Copley, patrons
  9. The Lowry to re-open its galleries at weekends from 1 November : Permanent LS Lowry collection and new 'Days Like These' exhibition on display https://www.flickr.com/photos/thelowry/albums/72157634044110222 The Lowry will re-open the doors of its galleries next month for the first time since March. Opening to the public at weekends from Sunday 1 November, visitors will be able to enjoy the permanent LS Lowry collection and a new exhibition documenting the lockdown experiences of people from Salford entitled 'Days Like These'. Both exhibitions are free of charge and will be open 1
  10. An estimated 45 empty coaches took a tour around Salford Quays and MediaCityUK this morning as part of their convoy to raise awareness of the plight of their industry caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Drivers from all around the North have come together to take part in the action which encourages vehicle drivers to honk their horns in support. Usually the coaches would be filled with passengers but since the outbreak of the covid-19 pandemic in March, the industry has been crippled with many drivers facing job losses. The drivers are angry that their sector is not receiving th
  11. Salford has launched a new initiative to train the workers of the future. The tech talent pipeline partnership has been created by the city’s public and private sectors to link education, training and local employers to tackle skills shortages and help residents make the most of digital opportunities. Salford City Council has been working on this initiative with anchor institutions in the city including the University of Salford, Future Skills, Salford City College, Salford Royal Foundation Trust, The Landing and MediaCityUK. Salford is already part of the biggest cluster of digital
  12. MediaCityUK and award winning design studio HemingwayDesign have announced plans to bring Box on the Docks at Christmas to the creative and digital hub following a successful summer season which has seen thousands of visitors enjoying socially distanced dining within 30 art adorned sheds and greenhouses since the beginning of August. The initiative which supports two industries hit hard by Covid-19 – hospitality and the arts. The self-contained socially distanced dining boxes have created a new and original way for people to socialise safely outside the home and have brought colour, fun
  13. Police responded to double incidents at both Manchester Piccadilly and Salford Quays earlier today after two suspicious packages were reported being found on two separate buses. At around 1.15pm today (Saturday 5 September 2020), police were called to reports that a suspicious item had been found on a bus at Manchester Piccadilly bus station, not long after at around 2:25 police were called with a report of another incident of a similar nature at Salford Quays. Police acted swiftly to evacuate and secure both scenes but after checks were made, both packages were deemed to be safe and
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